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y?r '1"Mn WEATHEft FOIt OHIO IWIrt or en ow lii northern portion tonight or Stttimluyf unnnw In eastern portion tonight; colder Saturday. MARION DAILY MIRR( )R. GOOD TENANTS A to bo lirnl for tho arer GOOD TENANTS Vra to bo liad for tho oarer- tiiUllgl VOLUME XIX-NUMBER142. MARION, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911. PRICE TWO 0ENT8 GEN. JAKE SMITH NOTES FOR His Rattling Roar, Who Mad tho Campaign against Tho Samar Revolutionists, AMERICAN AMBASSADOR A SUPREME COURT MAY SEND GOMPERS AND MITCHELL TO JAIL ARCHBISHOP P, J. RYAN IS DYING IN PHILADELPHIA LEADER IN RUSSIAN SOCIETY The Inhabitants Falling Back on El Paso Before the March of Gen. Orozco. Dying From Flood, Famine ' "JW N JUAREZ A MILL! Hi BIGS W. J. BRYAN REPORTED DEPOPULATED Lining up His Reform Forc es For Governor Wood row Wilson of New Jersey. MEN STOOD OPPOSED SINCE Ana .resilience in Two Chinese Provinces. I t li ' rwrf ft ( & k J5' T CRITICSES, COL, ROOSEVELT For tho Treatment Accord ed tho General by tho Ex-President on His Return To This Country. Claims to linvo Doiio Work well but Not Inhumanly Llko General Wood Yet ,Wnn Grossly Neglected, Pic tured an a Monster mid Treated WJtH Hank Discourtesy by tbo President Hooscvcll Alvvnjs Heady To Sacrifice n Friend to Iiikiiio Am bitions, ny United Pre.s "Wire Portsmoutli, O.. Fob. 3. Ureaklug tho silence of ten years slnco his re tirement from tho United States army, General Jacob II. Smith. U. S. A., re tired, better known as "Hell Hearing Jako" Smith, told some luslclo facta as to his orders when ho was sent to tho .Samar Islands to quell an out break of savages, and scored former Frosldcnt looscvelt bitterly, at n meeting of a now church club hero last night. The outbreak camo whon General .Smith wnB elected president or a new men's club of tho Alt Saints Episcopal church hero and wun called on for a speech. Thoso who know him well say that ho has smarted for years undor tho criticism which was hurled at him for his part In tho Samar campaign and which led up to his retirement, and wore not surprised when ho declared be considered bis election as presi dent pf a church club a vindication of his honor. Itccltlng tho Incidents which led up to his retirement frdm tho army during President Tfoosovclt's first term General Smith said: "Whllo J was still In tho Philip pines, I received orders assigning me to- the command of the department of Texas, -but 'these orders were later rescinded and I received orders to proceed at onco to Samar to suppros.i on outbreak among tho natives. "If I .would mako public tho nature of those orders, your litilr would stund on end. "When wo got to mllanglgu, In Samur, wo found tho wounded hud been mutilated and burned. I guvo Instructions to my men to light the savages to a finish, but to my knowl edge not a slnglo woman or child wus killed by my soldlor during my campaign. Wo taught tho savuges a lesson, howevor, that they nooded badly. "When I camo back to this coun try", I was pictured as a monstor. In stead of coming homo a hero, as I expected, I was retired two years bo foro my ttmo had expired, by that man Roosevelt, who afterward laud ed his friend, Genoral Wood, to tho skies for a similar campaign in the Philippines, except that Wood did not sparo anybody of either sex. "To my knowledgo Thoodoro Roosu vclt has never hesitated In sucrlllclng a friend to further hlu own Insani ambitions and desires for popular ity." SENATOR ROOT ABLEST MAN In Public Life in America Lined up in tho Senate Fight Against tho Rotton Lorimor. By United Press Wire. AVashlngton, Fob. 3. Ono of tho hardest blows yet suBtalnod by Wil liam Lorimor of Illinois was dollverod today whon Senator Hoot, Hopubllcan, of Now York. polco In tho sonato In support of tho contention thut Lorl mer was not properly elected to that body. Hoofs alignment having boon gonorally with tho Hopubllcan regu lars who hud been supporting Lorl mer, tho speech today was a bitter disappointment to Lorlmor und lito friends. All Tako to Journalism. IJoUhnorc, Mil., Feb. 3 Announce ment was made today that Charles J, Bonavarto. grund nephew of Na jxilcon, und secretary of tho navy and uttorney general In tho Roose velt administration, will entor dally Journalism as controlling editor to tho Baltamoro livening Bun. Though a Henublican In national politics Bonapart Is an Indepen dent In local affairs and an nrdent civil service ata municipal rofornicr, Gas Explosion' lit Akron, Akron, O., Fob. 3. An oxploslon of gas from a leaky pipe In tho collar of 640 Washington street, a boarding house, resulted In tho Injury of four mien und two womon at 11 :30 Fri day. Henry Scliultz, tho most ser iously Injured, was taken to tho City hoptal suffering from painful burns about tho, faco and head. lKW?0frAZl St Peternburg, Feb, 3. -Tho Amorl ean ambassador, W W Itoekhlll, and Mrs. Itoekhlll, have stopped among tho society lenders hero through tho hrllllatit reception they gavo to mark tho occasion of Mr. HuekhlU'H pres entation of his letter of ercdeiico to the czar, Kusla ,1s the only country whore this ancient form of reception persists. Tho last similar recoptloli by an American ropreseutatlVo was during Hubert S. McCormlck's Incutnb eney. The function was entirely In tho bunds wf the protocol department of ceremonies attached to tho foreign office, nnil tho Invitations nuinborlug 3, COO, wcro sent out exclusively to those cntltllcd to udntisslou to tho court. Among theso were tho president of tho duma, tho members of tho council of tho empire, and ladles and gentle men, In waiting of the Imperial and grand tllical courts. Thu-'presldont of tho duma and a few representatives of the press wore the only tfnon In civil dress. Tho othci'H wcro In gor geous uniforms. A revival of tho social llfo of tho capital was evidenced In tho attend ance, which wus lurgor than at any similar gathering In many yonrs. About 000 -were prosont. Including nil tho members of tho cabinet, tjio en tire suit of tlm emperor and ompress tho civil and military olTleiuls ulld up unprecedented number of the oldest famlltos In KuhsIu, who wero seen out side of the court for Jio first time slnco the revolution. Of Horace Greoloy Being Celebrated Today at Amherst, Chappaqua And Other Places. lly United Proas Wire Now York Feb. 3 Many gray-hulr-cd New Yorkers who remember Iloriico Greeley os an aetlvo llgure In tho llfo of tho metropolis tnado a pltgrlmiuug(. today to the old Greoloy farm In Cliuppaciun, Westchester conn ty, to celebrate the ono hundredth anniversary of tlm birth, of tho great editor, Gubrlollo Greoloy Clon donuln. Greeley's daughter and her husband, Hov. Frank M .Clonden uln, still llvo on tho farm. In addition to ho celebration of tho day In Chappaqua, tho annlv?rsury was also ubHurved In Now York, Am herst, Now IliunpsliliP, Greeley's birth place, and other places thiough tho country, A feature of the Olmpuiuiua eelebra tlon was tho dedication of a spot near tho old Pines bridge road, over which Washington's army rotrouted nftcr tbo battle of White Plulns, on which tho Chuppunua Historical society In tends to erect a monument to Grooley. It Ih trying to ralso $16,000 fr Ibis purposo. Memorial oxerelHos wero held In tho uildoiiuaidc chamber of tho city hall. Arnold mid GiImdiii light. New York, Thai John . Arnold, elder brother of tho missing Dorothy Arnold beat Georgtt S. Orlscoin, Jr., In a Florence, Italy hotel and then took from Grlscom several lottcrs ,whch Dorothy hud wrltton to him, was confirmed by friends of tho Ar nold family today. They said that Grlscom had conducted an extended eorrcispondoneo with tho girl and that when tho family found this out John Arnold wan sent abroad to In terview Grlscom. Whon Uioy mot tho fight followpd. Tbo Mitsubishi dockyards aro the greatest and most prominent In tho Japanese shipbuilding world, Vessels of over 13,000 tons can bo built there, Tho two floating docks aro able to accommodate vessels of 12,000 and 7,000 tons, respectively. Besides ship building tho yards manufacture steam motor engines and other machinery. HUNDRETH ANNIVERSARY AND RIS REREL ARMY City Well Fortified but it Will Probably be Taken By Assault if it Does Not Surrender as the IiMiirgviits Far Outnumber IMiu'h Troops Strange Story or General GoiimiIch Goltliifr "ColF ilcct" At Gucrori-o When Oroco luok llio He simiislbllliy und AsMiiiH.il tfio I-cad-crMilp. By United Pre Wire. 101 Paso, Toxas, Feb. 3. Clndad Juarez. Is practically depopulated to day, every ono who could having lied to this sldo of the HIo Grande. The postoffleo and bankn there havo been closed and all of tint records and ' money havo been brought to this clt for safekeeping. Tbern has been con slderablo lighting boond tho town between tho rebels tiud tho federal troop, and tbo bitter aro slowly fall ing back bfi"o tho assaults. The casualties to dat caro not believed to bo heavy although details uro not now available. Cannon on House Tojrt. Houso tops In Juarer. have boon for tilled and cannon have been mount ed on tho roofs of thf public build ings. Tho federal communder pro mises stubborn resistance when tho assault on the city, which the rebel commandor had set for three o'clock this nftomoou, should begin. Tho rebel army undor command of Gen eral Orozco Is advancing In force and outnumbers tho garrlMon of Ju arez. Orozco complied -with all the demands of niodern warfare by noti fying tho Amerlcun counsel that ho Avould shell tho city at tho designat ed hour and giving them suftlclout tlmo to get their peoplo out of tho city. That the federal troqpjijmrdly ex pect to retain tho" city. Is shVwn by tho action of tho police In Plowing nip last nlgbt tho government powder house on tho Mesa In order to provenl Its falling Into tho bunds of tin rebels. ' Orozco's brother Is In tbo Ju arez Jail held on a chuge of treason Tho rebel commander sont word to tho officials that If his brother Is harmed ho will mako reprisals on the moyor and tho city officials when ho captures tho city. Abraham Gonzales, provisional gov ernor of Chihuahua who is here, said today that tho city would bo tuken by nssault If It does not surrender. Thon tho provisional government will bo established thcro and the affairs of tho rebels conducted from that point. Tho rebels control tho rail way and tolegrapli lines to. tho south and all communication Is Interrupt ed. A Hciiiat'kiihln Lender. Goneral Pasipialo Orozco, In com 'niand of tho army assailing .luurez, Is a romarkablo product of Mexico. Only twenty-eight years old, ho whs brought up on tho rnnch of his fath er, a sma' cattleman near Chlhuabua Tho boy rodo tho range for his fath er from thu tlmo ho was old ouough to struddlo a cow pony und becaino adopt with rovolvor and rllllo. bolng nblo to lilt a coin at 200 yarda with out a miss. AVhcn ho was twenty, one, bo lolt tho ranch and went to Chihuahua, whero ho became a com mission merchant. During tho last presidential cam paign In JMoxIco, Orzoco becanio u supporter of Francisco I. Madord, and when tho revolution broke out, he volunteered us tho personal escort of General Abraham Gonzales, mid provisional governor of I'lilhimliuii. aonzalcs was a bravo cinau hi tho Held but at Giicrorro, two months ago, ho lost his norvc. Tho town had bean captured by tho revolutionary nriiiy uftor a fourteen day's siege. Tho fed eral troops mado their llnal refuge a, block of housos lit which 'inuny sympathizers with tho revolution llv. oil. Gonzales said hu wouldn't blow up tho 'block and tho federals seem ed ablo to hold out as long as thoy pleased. While aonzalcs wart hesl Ifillng. Orozco Jumped out In front of tho troops nnd cried that tho block must bo blown up nnd that ho would tuko tho responsibility of doing so. llo nskod if tho men would follow him. UIls enthusiasm carried Hie day and ho was proclaimed their lead er. Tho block was blown up, I he federals surrendered and tho day was won. (Slnco that tlmo Orozco has been tho loader of tho revolutionists In Chihuahua. At tbo Imttlo of Maipaso a few wcoks ago, ho enticed tho fed crul troops Into a canon and nmbush- od thorn, killing and wounding 230 of them. Just boforo this, at Corro Prlo to Orozco turned what looked, like a disaster Into d splendid victory. Gen eral Navarro, with 4 B0 ni'cn. was seurchlng for revolutionists, orozco, with thlrty-llvo, was following him. Navarro beard that Orozco was ex posing reinforcements and disguised part of his force and sent them to Join tho A-ovolutlonlsts. Whon tho two forcep wero about ISO yards from oapl) othor, Orozco realized that- (i trap bad been laid. He and his men Continued on Pago Three. HrttHBl )KJB ' t(T 7 'IRS Washington, Feb. : i n. biding ar gumciits In tho fontoihpt eases ugaiust I'lesldcut Sainuol a)iii r Vlco Prc Idmt John Mitchell' nnd JCL.retary Frank Moirlson of tile inerlcun Fed elation or Labor huye inen mado In tho supremo court; ot tho United .States. Tho court took under consid eration tho uuestlonjof airirtnlng tho decision or tho courts of tho District of Coluinbi.1 which, en'i in ed tho ac cused to Jail. .J Arguments worg made by Alton U. P.irkor mid JnckonVn itulston for tho dofendunts atiiij J. J. D.irllng- ton atmDanltl DoVonport' agulnst them. Mr. ' Davenport laid stress on the claim of Mr. Parker that the In junction against th(. boycott of tho Lock's Stovo an I ltango company vwib a violation ( tho freedom of speech of onicial- or tho federation "I call the uitentlon' of Judgo Parker tho luw.ser to Judge P.irkor tho Judge," aid Mr. Daven port. Then he (looted from a decision bunded down 1 Judge Parker when ho was at Hie laud or tho New York court or appeals. In which ho said thcro was a dirfi renco between enjoin Ing o libel and enjoining a publlca tlon as a means of carrying on a con s plrac ARRESTED NEAR Merrimac For Desecrating Tho Grave of George B. Saufloy. By United Press Wire. Stanford Ky , Fob. 3Arrested near Merrimac, In Adair county af ter a lirty mile journey in a buggy over rougji roads, Mrs. Amanda C. Harrison charged with having dug up the gruvo or Georg ll. H.iufloy. a young attorney who died lust March will bo brought back lioro toduy. Raymond .Smith, twenty, a tonuul of Mrs. llarrlson'H farm hero, who drovo her to Adair county, returned hor(. lust night with lh- buggy in which tho trip was mado and Is now held ponding an Iiivctttlgutlou of the case. No eiuirgo Is placed ugulusl tho young man. Mrs. Harrison's mrest was brought about by Howan .Saufloy brother of George H. Saufli-y wliom tomo rail the "humiiii bloiidhouiid." Ho loft Ktmilord Tui'sriiiv morning with a warrant cliuiglng Mru. Hurrisou with desecrating a grave, but stuck to the hunt when iillleers abandoned It. Ho traced Mr. Harrison to 'Adair coun ty and located her last night at tho homo of a farmer nanied Campbell, nn uncle of Mis. IIuitIsqii. Kho has not yet explained her alleged connec tion with the ease but will bo ex amined on arrival hero today. Sauflny wan especlalb' deputized as an ollleor. Kaymond .Smith, who drovo Mrs. Harris on her trip to Adulr county, says tho Jonrnev commenced boforo daylight Tuesday. All of Tuesday night he hus, was spent In driving, ho and Mix. Harrison taking turns driving In order to got sonin sleep, Thoy reached Merrlmah Wednesday. "Mrs. llarrisuti talked religion most of tho way" declared Smith, "but she did not we- anything about .Sauf loy or that Ma- was fleeing from nnicers." Merrimac is a long distance from a railroad an' about fifty miles from Sunford. Murli of tho dlstanco Is over rough voids. - i . . Despite the fact thnt It possesses coal fields covering more than 4,100 umpire miles. Spain Imports morn than HO.000,000 worth: of fuel each year. ' 1 HARRISON ANRUI AND KIANG SU Are the Districts Whore two and a Half Millions of People Life- are Struggling For -Marauding Bands Aro Organl.liiK mid Adding- Murder And Itobbery to the Prevnlllnjr Dis inter and Trouble Itetl IYi-m mid Christian llei-nld Aetlvo In .Sunn lug Holli'f I'iiiiiIs And Forwarding Them to .SbaiHihal mid Other Points. Uy United Pr Wire Hanking, China, l-Vb. 3. That the deaths due to famine nnd the pes tilence following .In Its wuko will to tal a million before spring was the estimate submitted to tho rollof cotn mltteo hero today. Holier worker are aghast with the realization of the task boforo them. Evon wero they In receipt of unlim ited contributions for relief, tbo mis sionaries, doctors and other volun teer workers would bo almost hope less In the face or two and one-half millions of suffering people In the Anhut und Klang Su provinces. Murder Is now adding to the death roll, reported Willi: n ;F. Tunlnm, Presbyterian mlsidonnry al Suchlen. In their desperation at tho luck of food, bo said, the bolder of tho na tives have formed marauding bands, who stop at nothing In robbing way farers and plundering houses. In many towns, pcrsnnn wearing good clothes fear to go on tho street lit night, lest they be waylaid and strip ped of their garments, which can be sold for caib by the starving high waymen. HcnreK of Instances of kid naping 'have been reported. All but the vorv well-to-do In the Uffofctod districts havo been reduend to gruel food, and a largo portion or tho peasants have nor even that, in ono town reported. Jiinkln, only threo fumllles have any dry food. As the peasants aro selling their rarms whenever they can find a. large landowner to purchase, spring will bring little amelioration. They will have no soil to till, and must dnpoud upon charity until work can bo found. Pitiful tabs arc recited by relief workers. Tile farmer's villages havo the appearance r depopulation; near ly nil the people are nt home too weak or III to move, and without clothes ovon If thev hud the strength to go about. TlinusandH aro homeless and llo all dav ami night In the open often times In mud and water. To many, death comes In tho vory hour of relief, whllo hundreds have died, It Is reported, iih the result of eat ing Ifood whleli they hoped would nonew llfo. Tho famine Is an old story 111 China but tho most experience relief work ers declared today that tho present prospect Is tho worst in muny years. Appeals for aid aro bolng sent out by cable tliroiiBh the lied Cross and oilier ngenclcM to all civilized coun tries, i Washington. Feb. 3. With tbo sum or JtO.OOO cabled by the Btate depart ment today to the consul ut Shang hul. the total contllbutlons of tho Clirlstlun Herald to tho Chineso fu mlno relief fund reached $30,000. The American Hed Cross socloty 'bus sent 1 1 0,000 and toduy Issued another ur gent appeal for funds. Reports from tho consulur agents ami diplomatic officers recolved at tho state department nay that the suf fering Ik iilmusl Inconceivable. To .Slop Sunday Mall Work. Chicago, Feb J -Tho Kunduy dis tribution of mull is tho object or a crusailo by the Christian Kndeuvor union which begins tonight In Chicago and which limy oxtond throughout tho United States. Hdwiird P. Gates Held secretar of th union, lias chargo of tho mooting tonight at which dotulls of tho em sado will be dlsciiMind. All tho minis ters of tho city will be uskod to en dorso tho movement and to proueh on February 1- urging holr porisliloii ors not to call for mall on Sunday. Young women will stund at all Chi cago mall stations on Kebruury 19 and ifi dlsti Uniting cards to those who call for mull, requesting them not to do so again. ChulT by tlm Piur. Now Yoik. Feb. 3 Hugh Mcintosh and Jimmy HrlttH. who aro piomotliig fights In London and Australia, havq decided to glvo Al Kaufman tbo chance of his life; a mulch with tho winner of the Lungford-Lung battle lu London op February IS, Mcliitocii nnd lirltt would like to havo Jack Johnson meet tho winner of tho Lungford-Lung bout and they aro suld to have cabled tho ehumplon an offer of $2n,0U0. Johnson, hovvovor. hasn't shown any eagerness to ongugo in a real battle- slnco his dofoat of Jeffries and It Is assumed thnt Kaur mun can get tho engagement If ho wants It. The .purse- offered for a fight with Kaufman on ono end of It has not been made known Phlladelpbi i lib ! The Most Hov. Patrick John l:.ni, archbishop of Philadelphia and one of the bust known Human ('utluiiic prelates In tho United States, Is dying at ids home. The aged pielnte who will psss the fourscore niHrk tm I'cb. 80. next should he live, Iihh In-ell KlIITi't lf rrom heart vvenknesw for months. The seriousness or Ills eundiliou became known publicly retently when prayers ror his recovery wero saJd. through an error, in the Jesuit church here Following this Dr. Krnet I.a Place, who has been attending tho arch bishop, vorllletl tin- report of the pre lute's approaching r-ud. "Archbishop Hyau Is not even in bed," said Dr. La Pisco "but we are keeping him nllve through lii-mt stimulants. Ho knows of his condlttnn nnd knows the end Is very tiar. but ho Ib wonderfully cheerful, simply saying, 'It Is God's will." ' Archbishop IlyHn shortened his life bv several month, according to tl-r physicians when on Jon. 'i he Insist ed against their wishes on attending and presiding nt tho mcmorlnl service for the firemen who lost their lives In the Hodtuc street fire. Wntklns' Gootl Chance. Portsmouth O., Feb. 3 George II. WatkltiM, president or tho state board of public works who was stricken with paralysis at ills home hero lost HaturdHy lias so fur Improved that t day bis physicians declare his recov ery to be almost a certainty. Ho is sleeping well nnd was pormlttod to .smoke lust night. His . entire right Ml do Is affected with paralysis, howover and Wodnos day It wiih bollevetl ho would ' not re rovtr. .N'uptliiili'N iJinicnt. Now York, Feb. s A new kind "f tloatli lament ddvolopcd toduy In the probate of tho will of Hugo Nupthull who died on Junuury 13, leaving an estate of JMMi. "I beg to lie rorglvcn," his will roads, 'Tor not IiuvIiik provldfd bet ter ror my wife and our beloved daughters. Certulfi faults or my char acter have priAcuiid my accumulat ing sufllclenl vvcilMi to allow mo to depuit this life in ptaeo of mind." TWO CHILDREN SHOT YESTERDAY While at Play in New York Having Picked up a Load ed Revolver. rtv Vnlted Press Wire New York. Feb. 3. Seven-year-old Thomas Kennedy died onrly today In Cumberland street hospital, Hrook lyn, from a bullet wound, Flve-your-old Joveph Hrltton Is in a critical condition at tho sumo Institution us Ihn rn.sulL of ti. u-finnil made bv thu samo bullet. Locked up in tho ehil- drun h society Is a ini-rllled oloven-year-old girl, Mui-iun itlddlo. who Is acousod by tho police of having fired tho ratal shot. Kho tearfully protests her llilioceniie but the detectives who havo questioned her sny tiat slio bus admitted having hud tho rovolvor Hi her bund. Little Joe Drlttou .iy Murluu shot him. Tho nrrulr is directly trueouble to tho shooting of a strlko-broaker In Brooklyn yestorduy. Tho man who did tho shooting Is believed to huv. thrown bin rovolvor lno a vacant lot where It was found uy tho Itlddlo girl whllo ut' play. Thero was a pile of sand in tho lot. Lnto yesterday the two boys, Marian Itlddlo and the tou-yeur-old Josophlne Kennedy were playing when tin'1 two boys -run away. Th girls went In search of them and a few minutes later a pistol shot was hiui-d. Tho Hrltton boy, with blood KtruiunliiK down his face from a wound in his head, ran to his home. He guspod out that Muiluu had shot him and collapsod. The Kennedy boy wus lying lu the street. At the hospital two wounds woro found In his neck whero tho bullet hud entered and passed out, lodging In tho Hrltton bo's bond. Tho two girls wero arrested and al though tho denied huving hud thu revolver, they told conflicting stories. Tho Itlddlo girl, hovvovor, admitted seeing the weapon lying lu tho vaoani lot, and she wus sent to tho chil dren's society to awnli tho uctlon of tho coroner. Natives of a number of South Pacific Inlands mako fish hooks of mother -of pearl, so bright that no bate or other luro Is necessary, 1896, Governor Wilson Re fusing to Subscribe to tho Unscientific "16 to 1M But The Commoner Comes to Tbo Front With tlio Warmest Kind Of an Kiilogluni For tbo Gover nor's .Splendid Work In Flrliijr Jim Smith anil nil or I lie Corrupt Influence-, Hack of Hint And Having Mm tine Klcctcd. Hv Vnlted J'rend Wire Lincoln. Neb., Feb. 3. That Gov ernor Woodrow Wilson of New Jer sey may be the choice or William J. Hryan, Democratic nomination for tho presidency In 1912, desplto tho bitter opposition that has existed be tween the two men since 1896, Is made manifest toduy In a pago edi torial by llryan in the Commoner, In whlcl the sliver tongued orator lauds Wilson for his stand In tho Now Jor sey seiiHtorshlp. In part lie says: "In the numo of every lover of popular government, tho Commoner thanks Governor Wilson for his pa triotic efforts. It congratulates New Jersey on sending such n man as James K. Mnrtlno to tho Unltod States senate and u expresses tho hope that from now on the fine efforts of which Now Jersey's governor is so callable may bo given on the sldo of thoso Domocrats who Insist that the wnv to win a Democratic victory worth having Is to keep the party frco from corporation Influences." Cincinnati Probe Hcportij. Columbus, Feb. 3 In the Cincinnati election probo henrlngs the attorneys for tho Democrats arc laying groat stress on the testimony of Joseph, Fltzputrlck a Democratic wltn8Hnnd challonger In precinct A, Sixth ward. Ho tostllled that In his precinct alono eighty votofl were counted for each Hepubllcan legislative CimlbJattT"'!. that-should not havo been counted. Tho Democrats conten that this iva dona all over the city. Democrats to the Hoseim. Washington. Feb. 3. If President Taft's reciprocity agreement with Canada gots through the house, the credit will bo due largely to tho Dot ocrats, according to Indications ti day. Democratic caucus Monday night, will lino up pructlcally all of tho minority of tho houso In favor ' of tho McCal! bill whlcji embodies tho ngreemont. There bos been no special coll for a Democratic caucus on reciprocity, but tin- leaders have circulated tho word and un agreement bus boon reached. Vow Orleans' Generous Spirit. Now Orleans. La., Feb. 3. Ten commercial oxchnnges In Now Or leans toduy uhlted m withdrawing from the senate fight for the Panama exposition and Immediately requestod the exposition campaign managers to act accordingly. Sentiment here gen erally favors extending old to tho San Francibco In holding the fair. DETECTIVES For Miss Dorothy Arnold in Philadelphia Left Home In a Limousine. Hv TTnttod 1'ross Wire Philadelphia Pa., Fob. 3 Local de fectives ure today scouring this city lor Miss Dorothy Arnold, tho heiress who dlboppoarod from hor homo In New York, a month ago, Following what thoy coiisudcrcd a strong clue, John W. Arnold, a brother of the girl, and John S. Keith of the Now York law firm or Gurvnn and Armstrong, are hero today working with the police. "On the (irteinoon thut MIsb Arnold disappeared," said Keith, "a llmousllio tuorlng car stopped not fur from her home. In It was observed an elderly woman. We liuve obtained an excel lent deHcrlption of her from rellablo WltllOBKQS. "She wag hoard to call to MIsa Arnold ml We hitter wus approachlnff her homo. She exchanged a word or two with Miss Arnold and tho latter then stopped quickly Into the auto mobile which was driven rapidly away. Wo have traced this car and expect to locate It cither In or near this city hoon". Iti'guliitliig Hunk!'. Columbus, O , Feb, 3. City banks can mo longer establish branch bank lug bouses lu other eitlus, towns or villages other than tho place for which they aro Incorporated If a bill Introduced Into yesterday by Hopre sontutlvo Kennodv of Allen county, becomes a law in effect. It will leg lillzo branch bunks now In operation by largo city banks. Attorney Gen. erai Penman last year held atich branch banks to bo Illegal. SEARCHING fi, jX1li4.iJ, ii. iiV, .